Thanksgiving is an American holiday filled with tradition. Family and loved ones coming together; The Turkey; Apple pie; Macy’s parade; and, of course, dreaded arguments over politics at the dinner table.
This year should be no exception.
Following two weeks of open testimony in congress, Democrats are moving forward with an impeachment inquiry against U.S. President Donald Trump. Analysts say Congress may charge Trump with bribery, among other crimes, after he allegedly withheld military aid to Ukraine in exchange for information on a political opponent.
How effective were these testimonies in building the Democrats case against Donald Trump? And, more important – how will it affect your holiday meal?
To discuss all things impeachment – and surviving the Thanksgiving holiday, we are joined by Eleanor Clift, a political columnist for The Daily Beast. And Alex Vogel, CEO of the Vogel Group here in Washington, D.C.